As we start the process of opening and returning to our normal treatments, we would like to look at the importance of a routine checkup and cleaning. These preventive visits help reduce the risk of issues like cavities and gum disease, and also fight bad breath and more! In today’s blog, your Omaha, NE, dentist explains why you need a checkup and cleaning.
Did you know that poor oral hygiene could not only cause cavities, but lead to the onset of poor gum health, including gingivitis and periodontal disease? In today’s blog, your Omaha, NE, dentist is looking at how you can improve your oral hygiene habits at home, and lower your risk of developing serious gum issues like periodontal disease!
Did you know that the foods and drinks we consume could increase our risk of developing cavities, and even issues like gingivitis and gum disease? In today’s blog, your Omaha, NE, dentist explains how sugary and starchy choices could mean cavities and toothaches, and how to choose better options for your smile when you go to the grocery store.
Usually, when your teeth develop serious discoloration, you simply visit our office for professional teeth whitening and other cosmetic treatments. However, at the moment we’re only offering emergency care for our patients in Omaha, NE. But! We do have some tips for keeping your teeth bright from home.
If you have high levels of stress, then you could become more likely to develop bruxism, an issue in which we frequently grind or clench our teeth. But how does stress lead to teeth grinding, and what steps can you take to protect your smile? In today’s blog, your Omaha, NE, dentist is looking at how we address this issue, and what you should be doing from home to keep your smile healthy!
When you develop a cavity and your tooth begins to hurt, then you need to let us know. With emergency treatment options, your Omaha, NE, dentist can restore cavities and prevent the tooth from developing painful infections or becoming lost. But how do we treat a cavity, and how does one form in the first place?
When you face an emergency situation, such as an infected tooth or one that is cracked or chipped, then you may need a restoration. To limit time in the office and help address your issue, we can create and place a crown in only one visit! In today’s blog, your Omaha, NE, dentist is talking about the benefits of CEREC crowns.
A dental infection is an issue that requires treatment! In fact, we consider an abscessed or infected tooth to be a dental emergency, and your Omaha, NE, dentist is still offering emergency treatment for our patients on a case-by-case basis. In today’s blog, we’re going to talk about how we identify and treat these issues!
Many families are staying home and avoiding unnecessary trips to town and places with crowds. To help, we’re currently only offering emergency services for our patients. But that doesn’t mean you have to let your oral health suffer! In today’s blog, your Omaha, NE, dentist offers tips for keeping smiles healthy from home!
If you crack or chip a tooth, or if a restoration comes lose or falls out, then you need to see your Omaha, NE, dentist for emergency treatment. Unless addressed quickly, these seemingly minor inconveniences could lead to major oral health complications. Fortunately, we have solutions that could treat the issue in one to two visits.